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Destination b1 Unit 8


  1. We first visited China in 2006.
  2. My birthday is in the second of July.
  3. Let’s meet at five o’clock, shall we?
  4. School starts again in September.
  5. There’s a party at Emily’s on Saturday.
  6. What do you want to do in the morning?
  7. Let’s go and see Grandma at Easter.
  8. Where do you usually go on Christmas day?


  1. There are lots of people at the restaurant.
  2. The people who live …. Number 44 are away on holiday.
  3. You should go to the Louvre when you’re in Paris.
  4. Gorillas live at forests in Africa and eat fruit.
  5. What does that sign on the wall say?
  6. What did Ethan say in his letter?
  7. Have you heard of the strange statues at Easter Island?
  8. Do you really want to spend the whole day at the beach?


  1. This photo was taken in winter.
  2. We’re at a concert.
  3. She’s in the sea.
  4. It’s on page 62.
  5. It’s in the middle.
  6. He’s at an Island.
  7. It’s in the mountain.
  8. They’re at the wedding.


  1. My aunt and uncle have to New Zealand.
  2. Do you want to do to the theatre tomorrow?
  3. We stayed at a great hotel in Dubai.
  4. Wait at the end of the street and I’ll come and meet you.
  5. You can come to my house for dinner, if you like.
  6. Connor was walking at the corner shop when he realized he’d lost his wallet.
  7. We drove all night and finally arrived the Lisbon at eight o’clock.
  8. Did you leave your book on the teacher’s desk, so she can see it?
  9. Look at those sheep at the field over there.
  10. It takes about six hours to fly to Asia from here.


  1. I’m meeting Andy at the cinema in an hour.
  2. Have you seen the new building in front at the school?
  3. My new job starts in the first day of August.
  4. We’re going to Martin’s to see their new baby on Wednesday evening.
  5. See if there are any tomatoes in the fridge, will you?
  6. We’ll all have computers connected to our brains in the future.
  7. I don’t feel like playing chess at the moment.
  8. I think there’s someone at the door.  I’ll go and check.


When you travel to the other side of the world, jetlag is a real problem. You find yourself awake in the middle of the night and you feel like going to bed on the morning, just when everyone around you is getting up. Jetlag happens when you go in a country where the time is different. For example, you might leave London on midday and fly to Los Angeles. The flight takes about eleven hours, so when you arrive at Los Angeles airport, your body thinks you’re there on 11 pm. But Los Angeles is eight hours behind London, so you actually get there on 3 pm local time. So, at midnight Los Angeles  time, your body (which still thinks it’s in London) says it’s 8 am. It takes a few days for your body clock to change.

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